GameStop (who has their own exclusive packaging). The classic green Yoshi was part of the first series of figures back in 2014 and has been repainted a few times over the years (we've gotten blue, red, pink, and black variants of Yoshi so far). This guy is a simple repaint, too, but I couldn't resist him. Originally in some earlier stuff there were brown Yoshis but the orange Yoshi has replaced that color (maybe the brown was originally intended to be orange?). My daughter and I both love Nintendo and we have fun collecting this line together. Let's take a look at Orange Yoshi after the break...
Articulation: Ball jointed hips, swivel/ hinge shoulders, swivel neck.
Accessories: Yoshi egg.
Non-Scalper Price: $12-$13 dollars
* The headsculpt is pretty good and definitely captures the Nintendo style, especially the eyes.
* Turn Yoshi around and you can see the shell on his pack and the spikes running down the back of his neck. The subtle color differences on the different Yoshi flavors really makes them each standout.
* The articulation here hasn't changed at all but I'm OK with the simple range of motion in Yoshi's shoulders and hips (he can hold a
kicking pose with no hand support needed). He's durable and fun to mess around.
* Yoshi comes with an egg, the same accessory as the previous three Yoshi figures. The only difference here is that this egg has yellow spots instead of green, pink, blue, black, or red ones. The egg isn't a terrible accessory but it does have a hard time standing up on it's own.
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